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Krishna Bambaram Viduthal Clay Golu Bommai Set - 8 x 6 Inches | Giri Golu Doll/ Navaratri Golu Bomma/Gombe

Original price $50.00 - Original price $50.00
Original price
$50.00 - $50.00
Current price $50.00

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SKU 691878
Width Height Depth Weight

6 inch

8 inch

2.5 inch


• The Krishnar Bambaram Vidum Set is a captivating addition to the traditional Golu dolls display, featuring beautifully crafted clay dolls that celebrate the playful essence of Lord Krishna. 
• Golu, also known as Kolu or Bommai Kolu, is an integral part of South Indian Navaratri celebrations, where beautiful arrangements of dolls are displayed on stepped platforms.
• This particular golu doll set, the Krishnar Bambaram Vidum, is dedicated to depicting the child-like charm and divine leelas of Lord Krishna. 
• Lord Krishnar, one of the most revered deities in Hinduism, is considered the eighth avatar of Vishnu. He is a central figure in the Mahabharata, especially known for his teachings in the Bhagavad Gita, and is also celebrated for his childhood exploits, divine playfulness, and romantic adventures.
• Each of our golu bommai is made from clay, showcasing the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into their creation. 
• The vibrant colors and intricate designs bring each kolu bommai to life, making them not just religious artifacts but also pieces of art.
• Usually, the set includes a cute figurine of a little Krishnar lost in a game of top-spinning. In Hindu mythology, the picture is considered to be a representation of Krishna's happy and carefree childhood. A sense of devotion and nostalgia is intended to be evoked by Krishnar's expressions, stance, and exquisite detailing, as well as those of the supporting pieces.
• These clay kolu bommai's are more than just decorative items; they embody cultural heritage and religious significance. 
• The Krishnar Bambaram Vidum Set is a wonderful way to commemorate the timeless stories of Krishna's divine playfulness. 
• This golu gommai is a wonderful way to remind people of the rich cultural traditions and the enduring legacy of Lord Krishna. 
• Displaying the set during Golu not only improves the arrangement's aesthetic appeal but also adds a spiritual and historical dimension.